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>> no one in the history of the masters has put on a show like spieth has put on. no one has had a better first three rounds like spieth has. at 16 under he's drawn comparison to a young tiger and being called the next rory mcilroy. that's a lot of pressure for a young 21. this guy is absurdly brilliant play. we'll see if anyone can catch him. tiger has been the other big story line. currently at 6 under and tied for fifth place. we'll see. looking a lot more like the old tiger. paired up with rory mcilroy today. that's must-see tv if you're a golfer. >> all right. >> we'll see. phil mickelson is in the hunt. justin rose is only 4 behind. we'll see. a lot of people are wondering, can he keep this up? >> yeah. it's the first time we've seen him do much, let's say. >> do well. >> i'm trying to find the right words. >> he's so young.
21. at 4 under, four years ago rory mcilroy was 21 also and 4 under and he collapsed in the back nine. we'll see. he's 21 years old like rory was with a 4 stroke lead. >> thank you, coy so much. thank you for starting your morning with us. >> we've got so much ahead. next hour of your "new day" starts right now. just hours away now from her formal announcement to run for president. we're learning details about hillary clinton's campaign message. critics are already taking aim, too. and -- >> i shot him. i'm sorry. >> a sting operation to catch a gun dealer goes horribly wrong, alleged gun dealer. shocking video shows the suspect's final moments before a reserve cop shoots him with his gun instead of the taser which
he meant to grab. >> we are always so grateful for your company. thank you for being here. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. add one more to the race for the white house today. hillary clinton is expected to announce her candidacy. >> we're covering this story from all angles this morning. brianna keilar in washington. marc preston outside the clinton campaign offices in brooklyn and dana bash in washington looking ahead to the challenges. brianna, i want to start with you. what are you hearing about the shape this campaign will take? >> this is the kickoff so we're expecting this to begin with this announcement on social media. it's a video we understand hillary clinton had already taped a couple of days ago. this is supposed to come out today and then it's going to be followed by campaign travel essentially. she'll be going to the key early states of iowa and then new
hampshire. this is really important because iowa was not friendly to hillary clinton in 2008. she didn't come in second, she came in third behind barack obama and john edwards so this is sort of a sign i think that a lot of insiders and those closer to her is humility, that she's going back to the scene of the crime and showing that she wants to fight for the support of those caucus goers in iowa. then she'll be heading on to new hampshire in the coming days which was much more friendly in 2008. she won that primary. very key turn around victory for her. ultimately insufficient but certainly friendlier territory. >> brianna keilar. thank you so much. >> we have cnn executive politics mark preston outside of headquarters in brooklyn. in addition to changes in the strategy, there will be the challenges of a candidate who hasn't ron in eight years.
going from former secretary of state traveling to more than 100 countries going back to iowa when it gets to snow going to pancakes and politics. that's going to be a challenge. >> reporter: it certainly is going to be a challenge. i think what brianna said is important. hillary clinton will do small events. she won't see large campaign rallies. that's very important for this reason and this reena lone. hillary clinton has come under a lot of criticism for the entitlement factor. a lot of people think perhaps hillary clinton shouldn't run, that they should allow some other democrat to step forward and lead the party. in fact, her husband of course ran the country for eight years, however, hillary clinton is trying to show that she is going to fight for every vote. in fact, yesterday, victor, the campaign manager met with everybody who are going to become staffers. he put out this guiding principles memo and this is important because they wanted to put in place that the clinton campaign will fight for every
vote. let me read a little from that memo. we are humbled. we are never afraid to lose. we always are out to compete and fight for every vote we can. in that memo they noted they would do their best to work together as a team. there would be no in fighting. in fighting is something that marked hillary clinton's first run for the presidency in 2008. >> this tone taking on the run for the senate in 2000. >> let's talk about what we're hearing from the detractors. some anti-clinton efforts outside her offices today, ri t right? >> reporter: they are. we've seen fundraising trying to get the republican base out. the republican national committee is doing that. they have staffers walking up and down the streets. they're handing out these t-shirts, stop hillary. they're trying to capitalize on her announcement themselves.
they're trying to gin up the grassroots. trying to get conservatives to vote against her. >> mark preston outside the clinton headquarters in new york. thanks, mark. >> now let's get to cnn chief congressional correspondent, dana bash. so good to see you. brianna was talking about how hillary clinton came in third in iowa last year and now she's getting ready to embark on that again. is there any indication how iowa feels about her now or what she has to do to try to do better there? >> it's a great question. as brianna was noting, she's trying to note that she's going to have a big slice of humble pie going back to iowa. i was with hillary clinton in iowa a few months ago. she was there campaigning for the senate candidate who lost, bruce braley. i have to say, there was not a lot of energy in the room. he didn't get a lot of people on
their feet. it wasn't his style. she will do more of small listening sessions and i think that's primarily because she's rusty when it comes to the big rallies. she's much more engaged and engaging on a one-on-one level. that's what she's been doing for the past few years, christie. >> there is restlessness in her own party. senator elizabeth warren said she wants to hear more about her plans. debbie wasserman schultz welcomed lincoln chaffee's candidacy. are there any unexpected stars here? martin o'malley, anybody that she should be worried about? >> she should be worried about everybody because she wasn't worried about barack obama eight years ago and look what happened there. look, i think that that is kind of part of the mo of this campaign, not going in with the heir of inevitability even
though it seems like a different field, no question about it. i think also what is most interesting, i'm going to be and i already am covering the republican candidates. she is already taking such a beating from them. they are hitting her as much -- actually more than they're hitting one another in this race. i think when it comes to her getting through the democratic primary process, that could help her. i interviewed rand paul whose interview is going to be on "state of the union" at the top of the hour, and he was so eager to talk about hillary clinton, about benghazi, that being her 3:00 a.m. phone call that already happened. so i actually think that in a weird, maybe even twisted way that might help her at least at the beginning because it will embolden democrats who might not be that enthused about her but to say, wait a minute, don't hit our guy or our woman, our candidate. we want to be behind her. >> all righty. dana bash, thank you so much. listen, i want to give you a shout out here.
maybe sure everybody to tune in to cnn today. there's a special two-hour edition of "state of the union." the focus is clinton's 2016 campaign. it starts today at noon eastern. so stay close. hey, listen. a moment to smile, maybe laugh this morning. the folks over at snl, "saturday night live", they really do their best work in the presidential election cycle. >> they do, don't they? >> 2008 was legendary. they're having fun with the 2016 election. here's their twist on hillary clinton. >> hold up your phone. you can just look natural. >> okay. >> you want to soften a little. a little more. okay. maybe a lot more. great. great. and action. >> citizens, you will elect me. i will be your leader.
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i'm sorry. >> yeah, what you heard there was a gunshot and then an apology. a sting operation went awry leading to the deadly police shooting you just saw there. authorities in tulsa, oklahoma, say they're now investigating what went wrong leading up to this incident, and it was all caught on camera. watch. >> reporter: the incident on april 2nd captured on police video shows the suspect, eric harris, appearing to sell a .9 millimeter pistol and ammunition to an undercover officer. shortly after selling it to a gang task force member, harrison runs from officers who were trying to arrest him. it's while harrison was bolting from police an officer catches up and is wrestled to the ground. it's in the ensuing takedown you can hear the 73-year-old tulsa county officer shouting that he has a taser. >> that's done to warn other law enforcement officers that you're about to deploy this device.
>> reporter: investigators say bates accidentally pulls the trigger on his gun instead of the taser firing a round into harris. >> you can hear him apologizing for what he did. >> i shot him. i'm sorry. >> tulsa police sergeant jim clark said friday during a nurs conference that it explains what happened to bates in that moment? it's called slips and capture. that's when someone reacts differently. >> you train in every area that you can. the crisis. not going to take it. >> in the 200 shootings that he's investigated, he's never seen a weapon leave the officer's hand and there's no doubt deputy bates thought he was going to discharge a taser. >> he had a taser grip which caused the gun on discharge to leave his hand and fall to the pavement. >> before the tape was released
harris's son told him. >> i love him. i knew something happened. >> as the investigation continues, the family and their attorney still want all the information to come to light. >> there's a lot that we know that happened to eric harris but there's a lot that we don't know. >> so what happens next here? well, the tulsa county district attorney will reportedly take a look at the evidence and consider possible charges against that reserve deputy, robert bates. >> in the florida everglades, it's home to so many animals and reptiles. it's home to many floridians. did you know it's in danger of drying up? there are some plans to save the swamp. stay close.
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will bill weir, he has the job of a lifetime, doesn't he? he travels the world to places that are changing before our eyes. in tonight's season if i nal lit at this of cnn's "the wonder list" takes him to the florida everglades. >> to a different kind of forest alongside a different kind of prairie. mangrove forest, sea grass prairie. what makes them different to their cousins is not just the water, but a particular mix of salty and sweet. welcome to florida bay.
it is a ground floor in a fishing, shrimping, crabbing industry worth billions. another good way to gauge the health of these waters is to trade snorkel for paddle. say good-bye to a manatee. >> what are you doing? >> and go look at the sky. go look for shore birds at a place known as snake bite. those are pelicans in the distance. they had a big flock, a little plover. to really appreciate this spot -- >> so amazing. >> you need a little history
lesson and some imagination. >> the photographery is fabulous, isn't it? bill weir with us now. bill, thank you. i can't believe we're already at season finale. >> i know, it flew by, didn't it? >> it did. yeah. okay. talk to me about the everglades. what stuck with you the most? what was most impressionable with you? >> this episode really surprised me. i went in with such low expectations. we think we know what the ever eve everglades are about. it looks like a squishy waste land of stuff that wants to bite you but when you get out in the middle of it with max stone, amazing wildlife photographer, you realize it is a web of life unlike any other, not in america but in the world. there's manatees, panthers, crocodiles, alley gate oigatora
representation of life. we can't trash entire ecosystems without paying the price. half of the everglades is dead and half is on life support. in the '50s it was dredged and drained in order to turn florida into a paradise. all of the drinking water comes from under the aquifers under those glades. now we're spending billions to try to put it back the way it was before we got ambitious. >> so, when we talk about this new plan, how hopeful are folks down there that it can be restored? >> well, there's good signs. for the first time in a long time. what happened was in the '90s all that fresh water that flows south from lake okeechobee to the bay, it slowed to a trickle. there was a huge fish kill, algae blooms, florida bay essentially died. that's when people woke up. during the florida recount, one of the most politically polarizing times in america,
republicans and democrats came together. jeb bush signed a multi-billion dollar deal to save it. you have cattle ranchers, farmers, citrus growers fighting for the right balance. for the first time there is proof that things are turning around. if they can restore the everglades, and they should be able to, it's contained in one state. you don't have to worry about tennessee's water politics. >> true. >> if they can fix it in one state, this could be a model for the rest of the planet because nowhere else is wilderness and civilization so close and so stark, and this has to be a model as we add a few more billion people to the planet in this generation. >> what a great point. it has been a remarkable series. bill weir, thank you so much. >> thank you. >> good to see you. the two-hour season finale of "the wonder list" starts at 9:00 p.m. eastern tonight. you do not want to miss it. stay close, we'll be right back. mayo? corn dogs? you are so outta here!
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"saturday night live." this time, bill clinton. >> it's worth it. watch. >> i am running because i want to be a voice for women everywhere. >> did someone say women everywhere? [ cheers and applause ] >> hillary would make a great president. >> thank you. >> and i would make an even greater first dude. >> bill, that's nice. >> hillary, isn't it crazy that phones can take videos now? >> yes. >> i mean, if they could have done that in the '90s, i'd be in jail. >> that's just wrong. >> darryn hammond is so good. i guess he just came back for this but -- >> oh, my goodness. as she reaches around and does this. i was waiting for her to smack him aside the head. >> she says, all right. all right.
>> a little more subdued than many people would have been. >> that's going to be great this cycle. >> it is. thank you so much for starting your morning with us. >> "state of the union" with dana bash is up at 9:00 a.m. and again at noon with a special edition. right now it's "inside politics" with john king. the wait is over. hillary clinton makes it official today. >> don't you some day want to see a woman president of the united states of america? >> republicans rush to offer not so warm welcomes. >> if hillary clinton is going to join with barack obama and the gun grabbers and come after our guns, then what i say is come and take it. >> and forget elizabeth warren. is this man a surprise threat to a surprise coronation? >> i'm lincoln chaff fee. i'm considering a run for the president of the united st.